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a process in which ions are exchanged between a solution and an insoluble (usually resinous) solid

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Zhong, "Preparation of agricultural by-product based anion exchanger and its utilization for nitrate and phosphate removal," Bioresource Technology, vol.
where [C.sub.o] and [C.sub.e] were the concentrations (mg/L) of each organic acid and phenolic compound at the beginning and after equilibrium, respectively, V was the volume of the solution (L), and w was the mass of the dry anion exchanger (g).
(8) Furthermore, inhibition of Cl-HC[O.sub.3] - exchanger (anion exchanger, AE) prevents the release of [O.sub.2] - in rat's pulmonary artery and isolated rabbit lung.
The aim of this study was to optimize the CuO content in the anion exchanger macroreticular structure and to analyze the distribution of the deposit within the beads.
Bhattacharyya et al., "Caspase 3-mediated proteolysis of the N-terminal cytoplasmic domain of the human erythroid anion exchanger 1 (Band 3)," The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.
Figure 4 shows the performance of anion exchanger membrane chromatography activated using different concentration of NaOH.
1 that a minimum molar concentration of [Na.sub.2]S[O.sub.4] was found to be 1.50 M for the AECFs-6 sample for the maximum elution of the CF ions from 500 mg of the anion exchanger. The elution behavior indicates that the exchange was quite fast as only 200 ml of the [Na.sub.2]S[O.sub.4] solution (1.50 M) was enough to release all the exchangeable [Cl.sup.-] from 500 mg of the PAN-silica gel sample (Fig.
Jyo, "Assessing of phosphorus removal by polymeric anion exchangers," Desalination, vol.
(5) Since chloride and fluoride are eluted easily from the SAX (strong anion exchanger) resin using low ionic strength nitrate solution, bromide is the most likely halide to interfere with the capacity of the SAX resin to retain iodide and also to interfere with the measurement of iodide if bromide concentration exceeds those of iodide by three orders of magnitude.
Following passage through strong cation exchanger in the [H.sup.+] form and strong anion exchanger in the O[H.sup.-] form, sugars were not detectable and cyclitols accounted for about 93.5% of dry weight.
It is the prototype of the anion exchanger gene family, hence its other name, AE1.
The sample drains until the top filter appears dry, and the effluent (load step) is discarded (non-CDT transferrins and CDT transferrins adsorb to the anion exchanger).
A-factor was effectively bound to a Hitrap Q anion exchanger. The effectiveness of this procedure was indicated by a reduction in the ability of A.